WWI German Sub Found Off the Coast of Belgium | National Geographic

Divers swimming off the coast of Belgium found the wreckage of a WWI-era relic—a sunken German submarine.
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The U-boat, found 98 feet below the surface, was likely disabled by a mine. All 23 members of its crew are presumed to still be inside. 11 other sunken German ships have been found in the area, but this is among the best preserved.

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